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Effects of Plant Density on Boll Retention and Yield of Cotton in the Mid-South
American Journal of Plant Sciences
The number of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) plants being grown per unit of land area has gained attention due to the technology fees associated with seed containing value added traits. We investigated boll retention, yield, and yield components of cotton grown with reduced stands of 20% to 40% from the uniform planting pattern of four seeds per 30.5 cm of row. Five field experiments were conducted from 2012-2014 using eight treatments arranged in a randomized complete design with sixdoi:10.4236/ajps.2017.84060 fatcat:ntimjzcw25a43ddc7uypwugnue